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Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

3
Another Bibliophile recommended this book Dar Dar Gange to me. And I immediately picked it up, as it was one of the very few...
Indian Culture and India's Future by Michel Danino

Indian Culture and India’s Future by Michel Danino

5
Michel Danino is an Indologist. He doesn't need any more credentials to that effect after this book Indian Culture and India’s Future. Written like...
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How My Kindle Changed My Reading Habits!

10
I took a long time to buy my first Kindle. It was on that side of the debate where books were sacrosanct. You needed...

India after Gandhi by Ramachandra Guha

4
This book India after Gandhi is probably first of its kind and I expect a lot of its kind to follow. This is a...
Arjuna Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince by Anuja Chandramouli

Arjuna by Anuja Chandramouli – Book Review

1
I am a self-proclaimed Mahabharata fan. And you can actually con me into reading anything in the name of the epic. I have read...
Finding Forgotten Cities by Nayanjot Lahiri

Finding Forgotten Cities by Nayanjot Lahiri

3
Historian Nayanjot Lahiri traces the history of the discovery of Indus Valley Civilization. Most of us only know in one sentence that John Marshall...
Me The Jokerman by Khushwant Singh

Me The Jokerman by Khushwant Singh, Maya Dayal

2
Khushwant Singh has to be envied. He died at 99 while still churning out a couple of books every year. A year after his...
8 Steps to Innovation by Vinay Dabholkar & Rishikesha T. Krishnan

8 Steps to Innovation by Vinay Dabholkar & Rishikesha T. Krishnan

2
8 Steps to Innovation Going from Jugaad to Excellence is one of the most practical books I have read on Innovation. It draws from...
Ganjahon ki Goshthi by Saket Suryesh

Ganjahon ki Goshthi by Saket Suryesh

0
Ganjahon ki Goshthi is like a breath of fresh air that brings back the era of satire in Hindi Literature. If you follow the...
Joseph Anton by Salman Rushdie

Joseph Anton by Salman Rushdie – Book Review

3
Joseph Anton is the assumed name that Salman Rushdie took to conceal his identity during the time he was facing the Fatwa from Muslim...

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